Selected bibliographical entries on the lower Cook Inlet, Alaska
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Published by Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys in Anchorage, Alaska (941 Dowling Rd., Anchorage 99502) .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Alaska,
  • Cook Inlet

Subjects:

  • Geology -- Alaska -- Cook Inlet -- Bibliography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by K.S. Emmel and P.L. Coonrod.
ContributionsCoonrod, P. L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ6034.U5 A418 1981, QE84.C69 A418 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 33 p. ;
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3143306M
LC Control Number82620769

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Selected bibliographical entries on the lower Cook Inlet, Alaska. Authors: Emmel, K.S., and Coonrod, P.L. Publication Date: ; Publisher: Alaska Division of. The material upon which this report is based was collected during three seasons’ work in Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound. In the summer of Dr. Birket-Smith of the Danish National Museum, Copenhagen, proposed to excavate in the area of Prince William Sound and Kenai Peninsula; the author, representing the University Museum, Philadelphia, was to accompany him as assistant; my brother. Shem Pete (), the colorful and brilliant raconteur from Susitna Station, Alaska, left a rich legacy of knowledge about the Upper Cook Inlet Dena'ina world. Pete was one of the most versatile storytellers and historians in twentieth-century Alaska, and his lifetime travel map of approximat square miles is one of the largest ever documented in this degree of detail anywhere in. RG 03, Cook Inlet Case Records, ss, Cook Inlet Fisheries, Box V, DeArmond Research Material. National Archives, Anchorage, Alaska Alaska Road Commission (RG 30), Bureau of Public Roads, Program Planning and Research Correspondence, Box 21 (McPherson Road File) and Box 36 (SP-1 Seldovia-Nuka Bay File).

Shem Pete (–), a colorful and brilliant raconteur from Susitna Station, Alaska, left a rich legacy of knowledge about the Upper Cook Inlet Dena’ina world. Shem was one of the most versatile storytellers and historians in twentieth century Alaska, and his lifetime travel map of approximat square miles is one of the largest ever documented with this degree of detail.   Eastern District (Cook Inlet) Salmon Harvest, Table Salmon Harvest, by Number of Fish and Percentage of Total Harvest for Selected Periods, Table Commercial Pink Salmon Harvest for Selected Lower Cook Inlet Bays, Table Commercial Chum Salmon Harvest for Selected Lower Cook Inlet Bays, Table. The "Kadiak District," pp. , includes communities in the Kodiak Archipelago, Lower Cook Inlet, Alaska Peninsula, and Prince William Sound, many of which still exist today. The "Kaniagmute" and "Chugachmute" are described on pp. Page - Mower' series of Dr. Palache, near a dike. (See page ) From the breccia beds of the same lower series as , on the slope of Chichagof Peak. That some difference in age exists between the beds of the lower and upper series is obvious, but that this difference involves a faunal difference is not so certain since several of the species found in the lower beds were also.

The Cook Inlet Basin in Alaska is one of 59 study units selected for study for water-quality assessment as part of the U.S. Geological Survey's National Water-Quality Assessment program. The Cook Inlet Basin study unit encompasses the fresh surface and ground waters in square-mile area that drains to Cook Inlet, but does not include. bathymetry map of lower cook inlet, alaska. lower cook inlet distribution of bed forms 45' 13' 43' 3edform ficlds, average 'ave height meters. bedform fields, average wave height less than 2 m. / isolated sand ribbons small bedforms observed' /^ chisik 1 . Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. Cook Inlet, branch of the Gulf of Alaska, Alaska, U.S. Situated in the North Pacific Ocean, it is bounded by the Kenai Peninsula on the east and extends northeast for miles ( km), narrowing from 80 to 9 miles ( to 14 km).The inlet is fed by the Susitna, Matanuska, and Kenai rivers. The city of Anchorage in southern Alaska is situated near the head of the inlet (which receives the.